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Acquisition agreements during Covid-19

Given the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is timely for us to look closely at material adverse change clauses in the context of a business acquisition.

Capital market trends and expectations for 2021

It has certainly been a profound start to a new decade thus far, and after the events of 2020, what have we noticed in terms of new stock exchange listing trends and what do we anticipate for this current calendar year?

The new how: thriving on change

The world is changing. At lightning-fast speed. This white paper, prepared as part of The Lawyer’s Smarter Working Week, looks at the main drivers for change in more detail and how you can prepare for ‘change3’.


Eversheds restructures litigation set-up

Eversheds has overhauled its litigation practice, creating the new post of head of international dispute management, which will be taken up by current litigation chief John Heaps. The role, which Heaps will take up on 1 January, is the result of London and international work increasingly becoming more important in the firm’s strategic plans. Heaps, […]

Camerons gets in with magic circle on BNFL work

CMS Cameron McKenna has muscled in on what is an otherwise magic circledominated defence auction for Project Services, the nuclear decommissioning unit of British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL). Camerons is advising defence and support company VT Group, which at press time was one of two final bidders for Project Services. Corporate finance partner Jason Zemmel is […]

Sackers seeks Pensions Regulator help in saving Telent’s scheme

Sacker & Partners has sealed its reputation in the pensions market, advising the trustees of Telent’s pension scheme amid intervention from the Pensions Regulator. Sackers partners Jonathan Seres, Peter Docking and Ian Cormican acted for the trustees of the GEC 1972 Plan, approaching the regulator to request it exercise its powers to appoint an independent […]

People moves

Dewey & LeBoeuf associate Sabine Konrad has become the youngest arbitrator to be appointed as a member of the panel of arbitrators of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). – Dewey & LeBoeuf associate Sabine Konrad has become the youngest arbitrator to be appointed as a member of the panel of arbitrators […]

Bakers axes partner charged with money laundering

Baker & McKenzie has forced New York corporate partner Martin Weisberg to resign after he was charged with participating in a $55m (£26.83m) fraud and money laundering operation. In a statement the firm said it had requested and received Weisberg’s resignation, adding: “Effective immediately, he is no longer associated with our firm in any capacity.” […]

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